|Author:||Lémery, Nicolas, 1645-1715.|
|Title:||Pharmacopoeia Lemeriana contracta Lemery's Universal pharmacopoeia abridg'd, in a collection of recepe's and observations compar'd with the London and with Bates's dispensatories, and also with Charas's Royal pharmacy : to which are added some remedies recommended by the members of the French Royal Academy of Science, most collected out of the history of that society lately published by John Baptista du Hamel.|
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Pharmacopoeia Lemeriana contracta Lemery's Universal pharmacopoeia abridg'd, in a collection of recepe's and observations compar'd with the London and with Bates's dispensatories, and also with Charas's Royal pharmacy : to which are added some remedies recommended by the members of the French Royal Academy of Science, most collected out of the history of that society lately published by John Baptista du Hamel.
Lémery, Nicolas, 1645-1715.
London: Printed for Walter Kettilby, 1700.
|Alternate titles:||Pharmacopeé universelle. English. 1700|
Reproduction of original in the Cambridge University Library.
OF INFUSIONS AND Decoctions.
A Sudorific Decoction or Diet-Drink.
The common purging Infusion.
A Cephalic purging Apozem.
An astringent Emulsion.
An Almond Milk.
An Antinephritic Potion.
A Diuretick mixture.
An Antiepileptic Mixture.
Of Gargarisms, Masticatories, Errhines, or Tents put up into the Nostrils, Inje∣ctions and Pessaries.
A Gargle to stop a Salivation rais'd by Mercury.
Pastills to be held in the Mouth and chew'd.
An Injection to stop a Gonorrhoea.
A Vulnerary Injection.
A Lotion to kill Vermine in the Head.
A Lotion against the Itch.
A Wash to make Hair black.
The common emollient Mucilage.
A Mucilage to stop Hemorrhagies.
Mucilage or Gelly of Isinglass.
A Powder for quilted or spice Caps.
A Fumigation to raise a Salivation in the Venereal Pox.
D. Brunis's Collyrium, or Eye-water.
Madam Fouquet's Eye-water.
A Water to preserve the Eyes against the Small Pox.
Rob of Speedwell.
A purging Wine.
A Febrifuge Wine.
A Steel Wine.
Wine called Hypocrate.
The compound Claret water.
A purging Ale.
Ratafia of Cherries.
Ratafia of Clove-gilly-flowers.
Ratafia of Kernels or Kernel-water.
A preparation of Verjuice.
A preparation of Ox-gall.
A Conserve of the roots of Enula Cam∣pana.
Honey of Tabaco.
Syrup of Scammony.
Syrup of wild Saffron.
Syrup of Spanish Broom corrected.
An Emetic Syrup.
The compound Magisterial Syrup.
A strengthing Syrup.
Syrup of Cinnamon.
Syrup of Quina Quinae, or Jesuits Bark.
Syrup of Mucilages.
A Powder against Worms us'd by the Physicians of Paris.
Mynsicht's Powder of Jalap.
An Anti-epileptick Powder, common call'd Powder of Gutteta.
A famous Anti-epileptick Powder.
An extraordinary Powder against Dy∣senteries.
A Powder to help Digestion.
Hartman's Simple Cachectick Powder.
A Powder that hastens the Birth.
A Diuretick Powder.
The Solutive Powder of Sarsaparilla.
The Dukes Compound Powder.
An Ophthalmick Powder.
The Grey Imperial Powder against the Plague.
The Golden Powder.
Powder of Ashes corrected.
A Carminative Powder.
Powder of Steel us'd by the Physicians of Paris.
A Hand Powder.
A Powder against a Pleurisie.
The Imperial Powder.
Powder of Cinnabar.
Powder of Turbith with Rhubarb cor∣rected.
Mort's Sudorifick Powder.
Trochisks of Ramich correct.
Trochisks for a Gonorrhea.
Trochisks of Pomgranate Flowers.
Trochisks of Arsenick.
Trochisks to be us'd in a Diabetes.
Trochisks of Enula Campane.
Trochisks of Orrice.
Mynsichi's Hydragogue Pills reform'd.
The Imperial Pills of the Physicians of Lyons.
Bontius's Hydropical Pills.
Pills of Barbarosse corected.
Quercetan's Tartarous Pill reform'd.
The greater Pills of Bdellium.
Pills of Gambogia.
The Spaw Pill.
Pill. Rudii corrected.
The Diuretick Pills of Clossaeus.
Astringent Pills to stop a Running or Go∣norrhea.
Le Mort's sweating Pills.
Pills consisting of two Ingredients.
Anti-epileptick Pills corrected.
Pills of Savine.
Schroder's Tartar Pills.
Sweet scented Pills.
Tablets of Manna.
Treacle Tablets reform'd.
Emetick Tablets or Lozenges.
Compound Tablets of Marsh mallows.
Mort's purging Tablets.
Rotules of white Poppies.
Mort's hot Philonium.
Mort's cold Philonium.
The Confection of Jacinth corrected.
The Tholouse Hydrotick Opiate.
The Cordial Opiate of Lyons.
An Opiate against Worms.
Sylvius's Diascordium corrected.
A Camphir'd Electuary.
An Electuary of the Juice of Rue.
The Royal Electuary.
A Chalybeat Electuary.
Zwelfer's Hydrogogue Electuary.
Sylvius Delboe's Hydrotick Electuary.
An Electuary of Garlick.
A Terebinthinate Electuary.
A Wound Water.
The Nephritick Water corrected.
Clossaeus's Cosmetick Water with Myrrh.
Sylvius's Prophylactick Water.
Water of Magnanimity.
An Apoplectick Water.
A famous sweet-scented Water.
A Stomachick Water.
A Water for a Consumption.
A Water to break or crumble the Stone.
A Diuretick Water drawn from Kernels.
The Divine water of Fernel.
A Water us'd against Mortification.
Compound Queen of Hungary's Water.
The Womens Aqua Vitae.
The Hysterick Water of the Amsterdamers.
An Anti-scorbutick Water.
A Mercurial Water.
A Water of three Ingredients.
Water of Castor.
A Water to allay Gouty Pains.
A Carminative Water.
A Water to take away Spots and Freckles of the Face.
The Elixir of three Ingredients.
Crollius's Pestilential Elixir.
An Epileptick Elixir.
An Elixir us'd against the Stone and Gravel.
An Elixir of Garlick.
An extraordinary Anti-epileptick Elixir.
An Anti-hysterick Elixir.
Oyl of Ants of A. Mynsicht.
The Apoplectick Balsam.
Le Mort's Polychrest Balsam.
The vulnerary Balsam of Mindererus.
The Samaritan Balsam.
The Balsam of the Florence Physicians.
The Spanish Balsam.
The Italian Balsam.
An Ointment to consume Carnosities in the Urethra.
An Ointment to be us'd when the Excre∣scence is eat away.
An Ointment for Scabs and Tetters.
A Linement for the Piles.
A Linement to hinder the Small Pox from seaming or marking.
Anodine and Soporiferous Ointment.
The Royal Plaster for Ruptures.
Dr. Blondel's Plaster call'd Diabotanum or Plant-plaster.
The Diabotanum cerate with Mercury.
A Plaster of Sperma Ceti.
A Plaster for the Tooth-ach.
A Febrifuge Plaster.
A Plaster of Cinnabar.
A Plaster to consume Excrescencies in the Urethra.
The Plaster of the four Gums.
Plaster of Vertues.
Tinctura Martis Mynsichti being frequent∣ly prescrib'd, and not describ'd in this nor in our Dispensatories, I will add it here out of the Author.
Remedies collected out of the Hi∣story of the Royal Academy of Sciences, publish'd some Months past by John Baptista du Hamel.
BOOKS Printed for Walter Kettilby at the Bishop's-head in St. Paul's Church-yard.